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  • 3 mentions in What's the best neighborhood in Sydney for a first time visitor?

    • David S.

      David S. said, "...Try a hotel in Darlinghurst or Surry Hills. They are cool neighbourhoods, close to the city, with a huge variety of cafes and restaurants. Can't go wrong!..." See More

    • Sophy M.

      Sophy M. said, "...I'm a world traveller, born and breed in Sydney. A wonderful place in the world. My suggestion is anywhere like Paddington, Surry Hills, unless your hiring a car. Then I'd say go as far as Bondi. Public transport isn't as well..." See More

    • Karen R.

      Karen R. said, "...I'm from Sydney and I would recommend the inner city areas like Darlinghurst , Surry Hills and Bondi Beach all of these suburbs are easy to access the city sights by train or bus as well as having great local restaurants and..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Cool neighbourhood to live in during Mardi Gras 2014 period.

    • Rob W.

      Rob W. said, "...Once you get over that, the place is great. Neighbourhoods: Close to the homosexual area is Oxford Street so Darlinghurst , Surry Hills are those type of neighbourhoods. Potts Point is probably the best, it's a mixture of backpackers and locals and..." See More

    • Ian  .

      Ian . said, "... Surry Hills or Darlinghurst are your areas. Mardis Gras parade goes up Oxford Street ...." See More

  • 1 mention in Solo travel in Melbourne or Sydney?

    • Anthony A.

      Anthony A. said, "...House, Sydney Harbour Bondi Beach make for amazing photo opportunities. If that is up your alley I would definitely recommend the Surry Hills area. It's got great bars, cafes and is a very cool part of town. If you prefer something a..." See More

  • 1 mention in 4 days in Sydney for New Years

    • Samantha 'Whitney' N.

      Samantha 'Whitney' N. said, "...Darlinghurst and Surry Hills are great suburbs with easy walking/ bus into the CBD so you can get to the Opera Bar and The Rocks easily. They both have plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants but a mellow suburb vibe too. For..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is your favorite restaurant in Sydney?

    • Rod C.

      Rod C. said, " also great and has great views. As per other comments, if you are anywhere around Darlinghurst, Potts Point or Surry Hills skip dessert and head to Gelato Messina. For great coffee, breakfast and lunch place check out Room 10 in..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best 3 Day Adventure Itinerary in Sydney

    • josh p.

      josh p. said, "...little pricey, but worth it 4. Nightlife - Cockle Bay Wharf is quite good, but a little touristy. Some parts of Surry Hills are good, more of a hipster vibe though. 5. Food - give Harry's Cafe de Wheelsa try, but it's..." See More

  • 1 mention in Shopping in Sydney

    • Chrissy C.

      Chrissy C. said, "... Surry Hills is the absolute cutest for chic little boutiques and cafes...." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees and dos in Sydney within 3 days.

    • Klaudia C.

      Klaudia C. said, "...wonderful trolleys filled with dumplings . Shopping is great around Paddington , and make sure to spend a little time in Surry Hills. The cbd in Sydney on the weekends is pretty quite. I think that might be plenty for 3..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is the best/most lively place to stay in Sydney?

    • Andrew C.

      Andrew C. said, "...Check out Surry Hills which is a recently gentrified suburb on the outskirt of the CBD. Easy access to everywhere (walking distance into the CBD, Chinatown, King's Cross, Paddington etc) and loads of fantastic cafes, restaurants and bars within the suburb itself...." See More

  • 1 mention in Good, reasonably priced restaurants in Sydney?

    • Maria K.

      Maria K. said, "...You're in a good area. There are many great places in Surry Hills and Chinatown. I love Glebe Point Rdtoo. My favourite there is Alfie & Hetty. Din Tai Fung can get a queue too so hit it up early. Make sure..." See More

  • 1 mention in Lesser-known "must see" places during 5 days in and around Sydney?

    • David R.

      David R. said, "...Hi Kim, Foodie Spot - Surry Hills is a foodie spot at the moment, as is Newtown. Lesser known "must-see" - well it really depends on what sort of things you like. There's beautiful sandstone buildings on Macquarie and Bridge streets, the..." See More

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